Our ambassadors have a passion for running and a passion for life. They inspire us every day; whether they are training on the trails, volunteering at a race, or standing on the podium. We are proud to support our ambassadors and the trail running community.
Heather Canali - Georgetown, Ontario
Heather started running almost 15 years ago. She was hooked right away and she hasn't stopped. Heather has run distances ranging between 5kms and 100kms and will be running her first 100 miler in fall 2021.
"The trails are a great place to be free of everything. I am known to never say NO to a challenge".
Daniel Burke - Niagara, Ontario
Daniel is a young ultra-runner from Port Colborne, Ontario. Daniel is passionate about his running and has several podium finishes to prove this, including wins at That Dam Hill 12 hr & 24 hr races, Sulpher Springs 100km, The Ultimate Canuck 92.2 staged race, and Haliburton Forest 100 mile.
Daniel loves the adventure of traveling and exploring new places that running has brought him to. In a little over a year Daniel has completed five 100-mile distances. Daniel loves the pursuit of running without limits and is always looking for new ways to challenge himself. Running is his passion and he can’t wait to see where it will take him next.
Ryan Niclasen - Niagara, Ontario
Ryan is a runner based in Niagara, Ontario, and has been known to be on the podium for many local road and trail races, including a 2nd place finish at the Haliburton Forest 50 mile race, 5th place at the Oil Creek 100 miler, and 1st at Hammer the Hammer.
Ryan loves training hard and pushing his limits on the trails.
Bill McNally - Acton, Ontario
Bill is an ultra runner from Acton, Ontario. He discovered his passion for running a little later in life (at 41 years old). It all started with one lap around the local high school track and now, a few years later, Bill is running 100 milers! He finished the Haliburton 100, a solo 100 miler, and has signed up for lots more including the Eastern States. Bill especially loves running in the mountains and has travelled to western Canada several times for ultra races like Sinister 7 and Squamish 50.